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PostPosted: Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:35 pm 
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kai, this spastic's mouth is worse than OBJ's own. I thought the guy for don mellow, but for whia? see as he take style put Dean Oloye together with shaking Kajifu :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Sometimes I no dey sure if Pa Ohsee na real closet fan or some sabotuer. This infatuation with Mangala get as e be :D

Anyway, Chief how bodi?

And on a business note. Una for release Sanchez to us before Sunday game. This nah for una interest O :idea:

Give us Sanchez now, and if we take am beat Liverpool, your chances of top 4 go improve... Seriously, you guys should be paying City to take Sanchez and help you beat your rivals for top 4.

Wher Waffi dey sef? Make una tell am make him explain the logic to the 'Senile one'... Oh sorry that's Mourihno... I meant the Whiner in Chief :D

Anyway my regards to the Arsenal family. We'll do you proud with our deployment of Sanchez. Bit you have to act fast. Time is of the essence :mad: :agree: :idea: :idea:

:D :D :taunt:
My "infatuation" with Mangala is not as irrational as your deep Englishmanly eternal love for your boy John "Dash dem di ball" Stones :lol: . Of course, if you say so, John is an English Beckenbauer, and the lies, damn lies, and statistics confirm it; but did you notice that against Burnley, before that tragi-comic slice of the ball with his non-existent left foot that led to the goal, he dashed the ball--as he is wont--to to the Burnley forwards TWICE? :lol: :lol:

My guy, I don tell you bifor that I like City's style of play, and given that Arsenal has no chance, I dey bandwagon with dem, until Arsene is sacked and thrown from the plane without a parachute. :D

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 7:03 pm 
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:D :D :D
Spastic how far with your boy? Beckenbauer dashed Liverpool the ball once and was lucky to escape that, then Ferminho bumped him off the ball to score. :lol: :lol: Wimp. :D :D The two ball playing center-backs each responsible for one goal. Nice. Somebody finish the sentence for me: If na ......we for no hear word :D :taunt:

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 7:08 pm 
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:D :D :D
Spastic how far with your boy? Beckenbauer dashed Liverpool the ball once and was lucky to escape that, then Ferminho bumped him off the ball to score. :lol: :lol: Wimp. :D :D The two ball playing center-backs each responsible for one goal. Nice. Somebody finish the sentence for me: If na ......we for no hear word :D :taunt:


He was very shaky. Pep needs to think about this guy because he may have lost his confidence.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 7:19 pm 
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:D :D :D
Spastic how far with your boy? Beckenbauer dashed Liverpool the ball once and was lucky to escape that, then Ferminho bumped him off the ball to score. :lol: :lol: Wimp. :D :D The two ball playing center-backs each responsible for one goal. Nice. Somebody finish the sentence for me: If na ......we for no hear word :D :taunt:


He was very shaky. Pep needs to think about this guy because he may have lost his confidence.

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Whatchu talkin' 'bout Willis? He' s a blond-haired English boy, he does not lose his confidence. :!: :idea: :D I heard the question asked a game or so back, and one commentator said that Stones is ALWAYS self assured. :lol:

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spastic, biko come and talk about your boy Beckenbauer. :taunt: :lol: Terrible mistakes in 3 straight games? Should he not be shipped out this January? :rotf:

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Stones is the worst defender in the EPL.

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Stones is the worst defender in the EPL.

:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :D :D
Make spastic catch you. :D

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I am shaking with anticipation for Sunday. While I want City to win the league, I don't want it to be such a no-contest. I actually want Liverpool to beat them, so they will not be invincible like you-know-who, my real team, the team of my childhood.

Unfortunately, I see Liverpool opening nyash, van Dyke or no van Dyke. But this will be a cracker of a game. I can't wait.

I think it'll be a draw or Liverpool win by a one-goal margin...

You called it bro, but I bet you did not expect a game like this. :thumb:

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Plastic don pick race as usual :lol:

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Plastic don pick race as usual :lol:

:rotf: :rotf:
The bobo na "Football Coward" Number 2. :lol:

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When the cameras closed in on Stones he seemed to have fear in his eyes. It appears his comfort on the ball is when he is not being pressed. Otamendi, on the other hand, still plays with confidence even after committing errors.

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When the cameras closed in on Stones he seemed to have fear in his eyes. It appears his comfort on the ball is when he is not being pressed. Otamendi, on the other hand, still plays with confidence even after committing errors.

As he well should. I don't think he has faced this kind of nuclear pressing this season. It must have brought back bad memories of last season. There was a time today when he was forced backwards right to the goal line. All the vaunted passing and on-the-ball skills did not help him.

Otamendi is the real self-assured bobo, not the darling English golden boy. :D Nothing fazes Otamendi, and when he makes a mistake that leads to a goal, you see him storming forward to try to get it back.

I believe that in time, Pep's style of defending by keeping the ball will be solved by other coaches, and he will decline like all the great coaches before him, from Capello to the football coward. :lol:

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As he well should. I don't think he has faced this kind of nuclear pressing this season. It must have brought back bad memories of last season. There was a time today when he was forced backwards right to the goal line. All the vaunted passing and on-the-ball skills did not help him.

Otamendi is the real self-assured bobo, not the darling English golden boy. :D Nothing fazes Otamendi, and when he makes a mistake that leads to a goal, you see him storming forward to try to get it back.

I believe that in time, Pep's style of defending by keeping the ball will be solved by other coaches, and he will decline like all the great coaches before him, from Capello to the football coward. :lol:

Nna, Pep may well decline, but I think it is usually down to the intensity that the job requires. It's hard to sustain and that's why many top managers don't last over 10 years b/4 the decline starts.

But the guy is mixing things. He has used the speed of Sane and Sterling to play counter-attack - which he never did at Barca and many criticised Luis Enrique for doing there.

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ohsee wrote:
:D :D :D
Spastic how far with your boy? Beckenbauer dashed Liverpool the ball once and was lucky to escape that, then Ferminho bumped him off the ball to score. :lol: :lol: Wimp. :D :D The two ball playing center-backs each responsible for one goal. Nice. Somebody finish the sentence for me: If na ......we for no hear word :D :taunt:

He was arguably at fault for the 3rd goal too - with his indecision which invited the press from Firmino. :D

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 12:24 am 
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I am shaking with anticipation for Sunday. While I want City to win the league, I don't want it to be such a no-contest. I actually want Liverpool to beat them, so they will not be invincible like you-know-who, my real team, the team of my childhood.

Unfortunately, I see Liverpool opening nyash, van Dyke or no van Dyke. But this will be a cracker of a game. I can't wait.

I think it'll be a draw or Liverpool win by a one-goal margin...

You called it bro, but I bet you did not expect a game like this. :thumb:

Nna, I did, at the extreme end of possibilities. :D

I just didn't know how the game would pan out. :D

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Can you guys leave Spastic alone? His Pittsburgh Steelers got beaten like they stole something this weekend.

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The YeyeMan wrote:
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:D :D :D
Spastic how far with your boy? Beckenbauer dashed Liverpool the ball once and was lucky to escape that, then Ferminho bumped him off the ball to score. :lol: :lol: Wimp. :D :D The two ball playing center-backs each responsible for one goal. Nice. Somebody finish the sentence for me: If na ......we for no hear word :D :taunt:

He was arguably at fault for the 3rd goal too - with his indecision which invited the press from Firmino. :D

:lol: :lol: :lol:
He's a proper Calamity John. :rotf:
Chai! spastic don suffa. :D :D

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ohsee wrote:
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:D :D :D
Spastic how far with your boy? Beckenbauer dashed Liverpool the ball once and was lucky to escape that, then Ferminho bumped him off the ball to score. :lol: :lol: Wimp. :D :D The two ball playing center-backs each responsible for one goal. Nice. Somebody finish the sentence for me: If na ......we for no hear word :D :taunt:

He was arguably at fault for the 3rd goal too - with his indecision which invited the press from Firmino. :D

:lol: :lol: :lol:
He's a proper Calamity John. :rotf:
Chai! spastic don suffa. :D :D



can you imagine being bumped by "ordinary" Firminho?

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Where is spastic? I hope he is OK after what happened to his boy last Sunday. Let us pray he did not suffer minor hat attack after the abuse his boy took in the game and on CE :lol: .

spastic, "we" won today, but did you see how Diame embarrassed Beckenbauer TWICE in two seconds? Common Diame? Na wa o! Let us hope nobody is watching and decides over the next few games to subject Calamity John to a few tests. "We" want to win the PL after a long drought. :D

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Where is spastic? I hope he is OK after what happened to his boy last Sunday. Let us pray he did not suffer minor hat attack after the abuse his boy took in the game and on CE :lol: .

spastic, "we" won today, but did you see how Diame embarrassed Beckenbauer TWICE in two seconds? Common Diame? Na wa o! Let us hope nobody is watching and decides over the next few games to subject Calamity John to a few tests. "We" want to win the PL after a long drought. :D


You noticed that too. Their D has regressed since he returned from injury. Kompany is a better defender.

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Where is spastic? I hope he is OK after what happened to his boy last Sunday. Let us pray he did not suffer minor hat attack after the abuse his boy took in the game and on CE :lol: .

spastic, "we" won today, but did you see how Diame embarrassed Beckenbauer TWICE in two seconds? Common Diame? Na wa o! Let us hope nobody is watching and decides over the next few games to subject Calamity John to a few tests. "We" want to win the PL after a long drought. :D


You noticed that too. Their D has regressed since he returned from injury. Kompany is a better defender.

No doubt. I am beginning to think even Otamendi is a better defender. I suspect the great Kompany is suffering from the delayed effects of all those hard tackles he dished out early in his City career. Can't understand how he continues to get these niggling injuries.

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Stones again. :D

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Stones again. :D

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Calamity John dash Bristol ball again, then wan do like say no be him fault. :rotf: Four straight games, di bobo make mistake leading to goal, but English media no wan see am. :boo:

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